The Master's degree in Aquaculture and Marine Resource Management (MAM) is a two-year degree, following the BSc Animal Sciences (BAS) with the aquatic major or another comparable program in the field of aquaculture and fisheries.

Various themes around aquaculture and fisheries are sustainability and the preservation of biodiversity and ecosystems. Aquaculture systems are dealt with with use of the basis of policy issues related to the marine environment. You can choose from three specializations and different internship options.

For more information about the MAM program and the required prior education, please contact the study adviser, Milou van Silfhout (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).